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ISVt I.. TATS1, editor.
Bloomsburg, April d, 1857.
Democratic Slate Nominations.
Gen. Wm. F. Packer,
Of t.Dcoming County.
to. CANAL COM.MIS3lO.NEn,
rOR-JODOE OF TUB 8UWEMI! COURT.
Hon Ellis Lewis,
1ST Hon. Qeoroe Scott, of tho Canal
Board, Las our thanks for ft copy of the
Kates of Toll, to be charged on tho Penn
sylvania Canals and Railroads, for 1857,
tST Mr, J. B. Silknak, Assistant
Engineer on tho Lackawanna is Blooms
burg Rail Road, will accept our thanks
for a pamplct copy of tho Report of tho
Directors of tho Board Stockholders of said
Road for 1857,
Tho Apportionment Bill.
Tho now apportionment bill, now pond
gin before tho Legislature, of which thcro
havo been two versions reported proposes
to make Columbia, Montour and Northum
berland, one Senatorial District, (one moni
tor,) and tho other names Columbia, Man
tour, Sullivan and Lycoming, as said Dis
trict with ono member. Both reported
bills, by tho IIouso Committco, propose
Columbia, Montour and Sallivan, as the
Representative District, with two members.
We shall publish tho bill, as soon as they
have passed, remarking here, that in cither
event, the arrangemont would not be con
sidered very objectionable.
Tho State Convention or Conventions
which met at Ilarrisburg, on Wednesday,
or last week, wcro completely under tho
control of tho Black Republicans, who had
every thing their own way. They effec
tually out-generallcd tho American wing
of tho opposition, and, despite all tho efforts
of tho latter faction to prevent it, accom
plished the nomination of David Wilmot,
for Governor j William Millward, of Phil
adelphia, for Canal Commissioner; and
James Vecch, of Fayette, and Joseph J.
Lewis, of Chester, for Judges of the Sup
reme Court. That Wilmot would be tho
inominee of the Republican party has been
for Eevcral weeks a foregone conclusion
with everybody except our Know Nothing
friends who had worked themselves up to
tho belief that such ua event could not
occur. They would not believe that tho
arrangements were all mado by self-eon-slituted
leaders for their regular transfer
to tho Dl.ck Kepublican party. And yet
it has come to pass, just as was foreseen by
every ono not wilfully blind to passing
events. Thoy havo bean litei ally and un
conditionally sold to Black Republicanism,
and must cither gulp down the animal,
tail and all,, no matter how nauseous tho
dose may be, or elo repudiato the whole
concern, act with becoming independence,
and vote for tho Democratic nominees.
Tlieymust now make their election.
They havo no altcrnative,"if thoy wish to
participate at all in the contest. They will
Have to act with the Democrats, or with
tlio Black Republicans. Which course
willtheytakel Timo will determine. Wo
havo no desire to make proselytes of them,
but wo only ask the Americans to act like
men like freemen in tho approaching
campaign. If they arc willing to be tho
dupes and willing instruments of designing
men, and beccrao thoroughly abolitionized.
they will vote for Wilmot, Millward, Vcech
and Joscpb J. lewis if not, thoy will cast
their sutirages for tho Dcmocratianominees,
Hon. Robert J. Walker.
This gentleman is unquestionably one
of the greatest and most sagacious states
men of the age, and his appointment as
Governor of Kansas, in tho room of Col.
Jons W. Geauy, resigned, shows the wis
dom and discrimination of Mr, Buchanan,
in reference to the troubles of un-fortunato
Kansas. Mr. Walked, is a Pennsylvan
ia!! by birth, but has resided some years at
tho South, and from his connection with
various national enterprises and his occup
ancy of high national positions, is as deep
ly imbued with those national sentiments
which are peculiarly neccessary in a Gov
crnor of Kansas, as any man in tho country.
in eminent administrative abili'ies, high
character, and superior fitness for a 're
sponsible post, ho has no superior in the
f United States. The Governorship of Kan
Bas, in view of tho unfortunate difficulties,
which have prevailed in that Territory.
and iho deep interest in its condition man
ifested throughout tho entire country, is an
omce o: the most responsible character,
SSr Tho Philadelphia Daily News, the
organ of the American Party, gives "par.
ticular Jesse" to the lato Fuiion Conven
tion and its nominees. It looks upon the
Convention as an attempt to Hepublicanko
tho Amerioin party, and calls the mana.
gcrs unscrupulous and unprincipled.
' Thomas F. Meaoder Lectures in
Wilksbarc ou the cven'iog of tho 21st inst.
Murder in Philadelphia.
Dn Saturday evening a dreadful murder
was perpetrated in ono of tho low drinking
shops In Shlppcn street, near Fourth, Phil
adelphia, Tho kcopor of it, Wm. Kelly,
was kilted'by Lawrcnoo Riley, who went
thcro in search of a notorious woman liv
ing with Kolly, nicknamed Liverpool Lite,
but who had formerly been Riloy's wifo.
Kollcy told him to tako her, and said that
if sho would not go poaccably ho might get
a policeman to aid him. Thereupon Riley
stabbed him in tho neck, Cutting tho jugular
vein so that ho fell and bled to death in a
few mlnutos, Tho murderer then started
to run, and as he went out of tho door a
man named Russcl struck him a despcrato
blow on the head. Nevertheless ho mado off
and hid himsolf in an alley, whoro ho was
soon afterwards captured and taken to tho
polioo station, Tho murdered man was
one of tho most notorious characters, and
was well known to tho pouco by tho
soubriquet of "York Bill." Tho murder
was deliberately threatened in tho street a
short timo previous to its execution, and
tho threat was immediately reported to
Kelly, who laughed at it. Tho informant
then went to give tho information to tho
police, and whilo ho was gono tho murder
was perpetrated. Tho sceno of tho murder
was one of tho lowest dons of vico, misery
and crime in Philadelphia.
Tho Lato Dr. NorcroBS.
An unclo of Mr. Norcross, tho young-
man murdered at Altoona, and for which
M'Kim is now arrested, gives somo very
Ho states that tho parents of tho young
man, although of high respectability, are in
very moderate circumstances, and wcro so
at tho time tho son, Norcross, departed for
his western tour. At tho date of that de
parture, great commotion existed in his
family, , and among his friends, for his
demeanor had won universal favor, and
they were loth to part with ono so univer
sally esteemed, Ilia two sisters were school
tochers in East Lexington, and helped to
support tho family. When their brother
expressed his intention- of going west, they
gave hira all tho money they had been
enabled to save, by a long course of labor.
He received 500 from each, and bid his
homo farewell. At Dunlcith, so well did
young Norcross improved his opportuni
ties, that in bis short stay ho obtained no
less than S3,000 in money, and tho two
bonds for 6800 each, But an abecssin the
sido troubled him, and he determined to
return homo to givo (some account of his
success, and to rcitnro to his kind sisters
their earnings. Ho wrote homo just be
fore leaving Dunliotb, to this effeot : " 1
havo found a friend, (U'Kim who is to
be my travelling companion, homeward,
and whom I believe to bo a friend indeed,
Ho dresses my wound and attends me liko
a kind brother." When tho murder was
committed near Altoona, it was about
eight o'clock in tho morning. After being
struck, tho victim did not instantly die)
but untill noon reposed in his blood, with
tho thermometer at 12 degrees below zero.
The Wealtii of Mb.
Cabinet. Most of tho members of tho
present Cabinet arc wealthy, and as a unit
they represent an aggregate wealth of somo
four and a half millions of dollars, divided
Lewis Cass, say 82,000,000
Howell Cobb, 500,000
. Jacob Thompson 1,000,000
John B, l'loyd 500,000
Mcs. Touchy, Black & Brown, 500,000
Regarding the force and virtuo of these
figures, tho New York Herald remarks :
" They aro the hostages which tho mem.
bcrs of tho administration givo to tho pco.
plo for tho faithful, honest and virtuous
performance of their public duties. Men
possessed of property to such an amount
are raised beyond the reach of the baneful
and corrupting influences which would
otherwise bo brought to bear upon them by
the jobbers, speculators, schemers and
plunderers of all descriptions, who fatten
on tho publio treasury. 'J'ho artillery
which this army of spoilsmen would bring
to bear upon a pauper Cabinet, is of far too
small a calibre and too circumscribed
range to bo of any effect against even tho I
outworks which defend this citadel of four
nd a' half millions. Wo have, therefore,
in tho Cabinet chosen by Mr Buchanan tho
best prima facie evidence of incorrup
Hon. C. B. Buckalew.
Tn another nart nf nnr nnner. navs tlm
Bradford Times, will be found tho names
of tho present Democratic Stato Central
Coramitteo ; and are prntified to see that
Mr. BuckaleW, of Columbia County, Is tho
Chairman. No ni.n in tho State moro
pre-eminently deserved that position ; and
we can promiso our opponuntiin advance,
a carapaitrn eonauctea on me stncicsi
principles of political honor and courtesy
but at the same time, with the most untir
ing zeal and devotion to the principles and
measures of the Democratic party.
No man ol his ago in tho state stands so
descrvincly hich in tho estimation of tho
publio as docs he. In the Sonate, be lcfi;eooU bo perceived, but a slight warmth
annmo second to no man who ua3 ovcri
, . .1... , ..i 4t,
as a clmstc. clear, lucid, arcumentative
snaaker. he has no superiors. We hope!
to hear the ring of his clarion voice among
tne mils of Uradforu Uounty,
SST The National Hotel, at Washing
ton, bas been elosed, in consequence of the
ickncsj prevailing there,.
fremiti 7snspis Omxli.
Now Castlo Dank Burstod.
This banking institution located in tho
Berough of Now Castle, Lawronco county, .
Pa., has oxploded. Tho Cashier, Jno. N,
Wogenscllcr, formerly of this place, ab
sconded. He Is a defaulter to Iho amount
of 53,000 according to a statement of
the Directors but it may bo much morol
Tho notes out do not exceed 890,000.
The assets are nominally 5200,000, but
may provo ono fourth that amount. Tho
stockholders aro individually liable- for the
redemption of every noto out, wo havo but
little doubt its circulation will bo redeemed
The Bank hat) been in operation 18
months. When it was first organitcd, J,
P.Shcrwin formerly of Pottsville, obtained
control, and put in a young man formorly
clerk in Wagcnscller's omploy whon in tho
Exchango and Banking business in this
Borough, named Samuel Ncilor, who is not
a German as tho papers havo it, but is
originally from Chcstor county. Slier in
established a shaving then at Pittsburg
and Ncilcr supplied him with Now Castle
Bank money to the amount of 800,000,
whereupon a prosecution was instituted
against Shcrwin, who disgorged 810,000,
and subsequently, all thoy could ascertain
ho had'rcccivcd, excopt four or five thou
sand dollars. Of tho amount returned,
810,000, it is alleged, was retained by a
Pittsburg broker, for his services in for-
,cing tho Wall street man to disgorge.
After this transaction, Samuel Ncilcr
was turned out and J. N, Wagenscller elec
ted Cashier, who gavo Richard Carter of
this place and Hon. Henry M. Fuller, as
bail in tho sum of 830,000. The Directors
commenced withdrawing the heavy issues
of the Bank, and in two months past has
redeemed nearly 8200,000, when on Wed
ncsday of last week tho Cashier was rais
ing, and with him whatever small sum in
cash that might previously havo been in
tho "vaults" or safe of tho institution,
leaving but four dollars in change behind
Mr. David Tidball, formerly Postmaster
at New Castle, was examined before the
Board, and gavo a detailed statement of
whit ho know of J, N. Wagcnscller's de
parture. Wagenscller, tho Cashier, it
seems, induced the Board to send William
T. Carter, the teller, cast on business, on
Monday; on Wednesday ho sent tho chief
clerk to a director residing at somo dis
tance, to notify him of a meeting of tho
Hoard leaving no one in tho Bank with
him but a youna man not very well ac
quainted with Banking business. He then
removed from tho cash drawer rundry
slip3 and memoranda of money ho had pre
viovsly taken out ; amounting to somo 820
000 charged himself with tho amount or
took about 820,000 of notes of tho Bank
charging himself with tho money and
then squared the account by placing in the
safo his nnto for twenty, eighteen and
twenty thousand dollars, payable in two,
three and four months which icicn paid
will squaro his accounts with the inetitu"
On Wednosday ovening ho left Now
uasuo 1U company with jur. iiuoati, tor
Enon Station, intending to tako tho night
Train for Pittsburg. Being too late, they
gut on tho freight train at two o'clock
Thursday morning, arrived in Allegheny
at five, and took brotkfast after which
Woconscllcr came over to Pittsburg, and
took tho morning boat for Brownsville.
The runnaway Cashier was arrested in
Philadelphia on Wednesday last by officer
Patterson of Pittsburg, and ono of tho
Directors of tho Bank, they having met
with Wagenseller on tho Street. The ac
cuscd was taken to Pittsburg for trial.
Death of Hon. W. J. Brown.
This gentleman died at his residence
near Indianapolis last Wednesday, He
has been for many years a leading Demo
crat in that State, and has been frequently
honored with the confidence of tho citizens
of Indiana, by placing him in high and
important official positions. Mr. Brown
was Assistant Postmaster General under
Mr, Polk's administration, and was e'ected
to Congress from tho Indianapolis district
in 18-12-48. He was for many years tho
alar '" oenunci ami at too
I -r 1 . . . . r . . ri .. . . ...
tlm0 of ma dealu W8S one of the Crst wcn
, ,n tl,e btatc- 1Ue loss of 80 Mo a CBam
pion will bo keenly felt by the noblehcartcd
Democracy of Indiana, and will be deeply
lamented by his numerous personal fiieuds
In a Tuance. On Friday last, Miss
Williams, a young lady of 19, who is
sister-in-law of Mr. Victor Williams, went
P Uirs to dress for a visit. Not return
Jing, somo of the family entered the ro nn
'and found her hints lifeless on the floor.
j As sbo Lad 6uffcrcd fr0m palpitation, her
I , ., . , . , , . ,
, ath was considered to be tbo consequence
of a disease of tho hoart. Tho eveut was
publiahed generally in tho papers, and Sun-
day the Incnusof the deceased wcro assem.
bled to pay tho last honors to her romains,
Whilo tho hearse and carriages wcro at tho
door, ono of tho party discovered a flush
come on tho faco of tho occupant of the
coffin. On feeling her heart no pulsation
i . . .....,a
was felt. Medical men were sutntnonedi
wbo advised ji delay of tho funeral, and the
hearse and carriages drovo away, Iho
young lady still lies in an unaltered con
dition. The flush and tho warmth aro still
perceptible, but in other respects tho ap
nearances cro tho usual ones of a corpse.
i - .
I Cincinnati. Gazette, 11th,
ILuinisnuna, March 31, 1857,
Senate. Tho following bills passed
finally : For tho appointment of Oommis-
ioncrs to sell tho Franklin Railroad : to
incorporato tho Pennsylvania Farina Co.,;
to cxtond tho charter of tho Diligent En
gino Company of Philadelphia ( to incor
porate tho Richland and Lumbervillo
Turnpiko Company of Bucks county j
to incorporate tho Allegheny Iron Com
pany) to incorporato Iho Marino Exploring
company; to incorporato tho Handy Urcek
improvement company j a supplomont to
tho act incornoratinu tho fanniHf IIouso and
C!,..i.,..; 'P...II, ItX.A i ' I
Tho Senato then adjourned till to-mor
-Tho Appropriation Bill was
considered in Committco of the Wholo. and ,
tl.neiw.tlnn romnvin. U Mnffitt ,.'.!:..
cussed at groat length by Messrs, Jenkins,
Ball, Struthcrs, Foster, Hi tie, Oildeo, Johns
and Willcston ; after which, it passed tho
Adjourned till 3 o'clock, P. M.
Afternoon Session. Tho IIouso wont
again into Committco of tho Wholo, for tho
purposo of considering tho gonera! appro
priation bill, and after a time tho Commit
tco roso and repotted tho bill to tho IIouso
Tho bill was then taken upon second
reading. Tho IIouso by a voto of 44 to 33,
refused to strike out tho additional appro
priotion of 8100,000 for school purposes,
Tho section appropriating 850,000 to
tho enlargement of tho Delawaro Division,
was adopted. Teaso 42, naj's 33.
Tho IIouso progressed with tho bill as
far as tho 57th section, and then adjourn
The following are tho principal features
of tho amended Tariff bill passed by tho
Thirty-Fourth Congress :
1. A largo extension of tho Frco List.
placing thereon many articles 6oarcely
produced or rivalled in tins country.
2. A reduction of the present rates of
duty on Iron, Cotton and Woolen fabrics,
Hemp, sugar, wool, to twenty-hvo per
3, Wool, costing less than twenty cents
per pound, will henceforth bo free.
4. JiistUled Cjptnts, liquors, c, hith
erto charged ono hundred per cent, aro
reduced soventy-fivo per cent.
0. W ines, I'ut Ulass, Meats, iiaisin,
Snuff, begars, and all lorms ot manufao
turcd Tobacco, all manufactures of Itosc
i m, , a i , . - , i
wood, Mahogany, Ico., reduced Irom forty '
to thirty per cent.
0. A ccncr.il reduction of twenty-tier
cent, on nil articles not carried to the Freo
List or reduced to four or eight per cent.
t Recently tlio wifo of a citizen of
Petersburg, (rave birth to a child with two
tongues. Tho account does not state whe
ther it was a ''gal" baby or not, Pitts
What's the uso of. '' stating" on that
point ! Of course it was'nt a gal baby,
Naturo ia fond of an occasional freak.
but tho idea of giving two tongues to ono
woman would bo too preposterous a whltn,
tSf James Summons, who poisoned hi?
father's family at Cincinnati, a few years
ago, for which ho was condemned to bo
hung, has had hia sentence commuted by
tho Govcnor of Ohio, to imprisonment for
Sy Mr.E. S. Neibell, the senior part
ner in the ''Luzcrno Union," has purchas
ed the interest of his partner, Air, Can,
cay Arrested John N. Watrconsellcr,
tho defaulting cashier of tho Newcastle
(Pa.) Bank, was arrested in Philadelphia,
with his baggage, and taken to Pittsburg.
Mr. G. M. Reynolds, of tho Carbon
dale Transcript, has associated with him
in the publication of that paper, Mr R, II
Efif Charles J, Faulkner, has been nom
inated for re-election to OoDgross by tho
Democrats of tho 8th district ot Virginia.
In the Fauquier district William Smith,
uas been nominated lor re-election.
A Pair op Them. Wap-onscller, the
defaultins casliier of tho New Castle bonk,
is a brother of Wagonsellsr, tho traitor,
If their parents aro alivo they must lcol
proud of tho family they havo reared. Bad
Holbnoay's Pills and Ointment. Mor
tification may always bo prevented, by the
timely uso of llolloway's uintmcnt, anil
lockiaw bas never been known to super-
vene in any casoof external injury whero
it was used as a dressing. Its healing
properties aro proverbial in all parts ot the
worid, and it is used in all the great sur
er i oil institutions of Continental Europe,
as the only reliable and unfailing specific
for wonds, ulcers, dropsical swellings,
cancer, tumors, and cruptivo maladies.
Tho pills are prescribed by eminent mod
ical practitioners as tho most effiotcious
remedy for indiscstion, liver complaint
and disorders of tho bowels.
REVIEW OP THE MARKET.
CORRECTED AVEEKLY AT IIARTMAN's BTORE
White lloaus.... 150
Dried Apples.. ISO
In Center township, Columbia county.
on 8unday morninc, March S2d, 1857, in
tho U7tu year ot her co, Mrs. abhy
llAOENuuoir, wifo of Jacob Ilagcnlucb
In Hloomsburg, on la6t Sunday evening,
Mr. Joseph Lo.nq, aged 47 years, 4 mos,
and 24 dayg,
On tho 28th day of March, 1807, near
Light Street, Columbia county, ra., haw
nah Elizahetii, daughter of John and
Harriet Van Llew, aged
7 yoars, 4 mos
Tho following aro tbo receipts to ibo offioo
of tho Coi.umma Democrat, during
tho month of March, 1857;
C. (Mlendenon, $10 00, 11 P rahnTii.. IU0
G.O.Hadler fc.Co 5 dn!
II. T. lUlmbnld, 5 00
Col, Coal fc if on Co, s no
Wm. Tiller, V.n,.t I 00
filcKU.bin & Pnii, 8 00
Wan eu&BtRcktiouae 300
Ttomm Magee, 3 00
Jetie Shannon i 75
fl. M. Hnff.Doiiru.,
ii i.. I'earitMi,
Cnpt. Jno. ttond.
r.n Jeob ZciMlofl.
Colli tiibJl County,
Jnim r, rowier.Eis.. i so
Jt ni unwer. u"
Est wm.Werkhcisci, l 71
t.'nl. O. A Nlrnlla.
Joliti lileierlrk, Eii., 1 7.1
! Erastus iiarton, 4tio
Do. Jesse O Clark,
S J 03
u. r. rera nu
ll U. Crevellnr.
Jamn K liver.
Jeaae llol llngaTipad,
Hodman At lltio,
u. r. rpriing.
J. W. Aleinniler,
I'lilllp Ml II. r,
T. Martin, Ell.,
r.t Wealey Snyder,
nniia o. nation,
Y. A Il.Koont.
3 75 .
9 DO '
n. F. Ili-Uhnrd&Co. 12 00
New Sprlug ami summer
MAUY DAKKLCV Invites attention to her Block of
newly received tSJIIIinery Urea. Ooodi. Trim,
mli'te, nibbona, SUka.AL' . which ehcwlll tell chinp
at the old atand, lowcrenj oTMain street.
Bonnets of the latest Spring Style,
ijSPwill be made toordor.atid trimmed to ault
yiVri any tartc.
C'hllJrcn and Miaiea Donnola, Data and Dot. of Ta
rioua priceaand atylea on hand, and will be ftirnlahed
tu order In any Bt)leor taita of liintmlng.
April 4, 1857.
TC 8ulreritcr tin vine removed hi Marlde Yard,
from neir the Court House, to the South wpsi cor
ner uf MAIN nnd MAUKCT turucti, In Rupert'i Row,
whare hell prepared to lurnUIi oil kinds of
VUt MONUMENTS, Cradle Tombs. Iloi Tombi, nnd
Head Sioiict of uvury drtcnption. II jn ttock U of ibo
belt kind, the workmamlilp not turpatscd lyonv in
the country, and at low pricei. Call and judge for
EJ-He wl'l alio furnish Tablo and Hun-ait Top,
M ant (-H Tor Iiouspi. Uase Curie. Lintlei. and Silla
for Win ('own and Dnor, at a low figure,
Thankful frr pait favon, we hope for a continuance
of the lame.
Illoomiburg. April 4. 1817. Gni
CATTAWI8SA. TO ASHLAND
rpllR B'lli-cribir rfpi-ettoily inki!" In. trknd uu I
JL the puiilic eenernll), limi on mid alter .MONDAY,
the Gill of April, lt-17, he hill run n liiweekly
Line of Coaches,
l nelween C.itlawissa a.id Ashland. leavlncCnttaniMi
every Muudnv. VVftdM'silat ao.l r'r'dav hi'iriiinir, nt 5
0 clock, a. M.,and rrivimtai A.iibind m u o'clock,
A M., in time I" meet the M ill Coaches lit Ashland
and retu-n lite same day. to uatluHi'ba.
ijt Passengers can ipply at either loint or any of
the way stations Freight and Eauage conveyed on
moderate teruis, Carefut dilverB unly cntploed on
id route. , M
A 'I..... ...nr ..... Rrr.-I.irv . isntrr fi.r U.a fall., t
SI .L.tlnn fn, ftnw l'mx irient. It Miini..,. nn,
.1. 11 limine Unitiniuv for the ensuing yrur will ha
held tit the house of JAlIOli DVEIt. in Caltawlsna. on
Monday, tho 4lh nay if Jlay itcil, bttwecn the hours
of 1 andli. P. M. .
Catuwlssa Ilrli'60 Omce, A rll 4lh lci'7
j.wu aiiAuri.i;H.rc v.
HE President an I Minngers of the Cattaw ia ,
X llrldce Couiiunv. have tins day tleclarctl n iltvi.
lend ol three perceni. (ta retiis per Bttare.) on me
intuit sl.ick 01 said Com nan y for 1 he Insi six months,
pn)ablc to the Stockholders or llteir legit r(trt-),e ta
tivv, 011 nrafter the luiii iti.t-, at theuiliceof llto T.ca-
urer. 111 coltantssa.
tiy order 01 ine uonru.
JNI). ailAKPLESS, Trees.
CallawiSFa, Aplll 4, 137.
ESPYTOWN NEW STORE.
rrillE undersigned, having associated togeih. r in the
I alercan 11 ie Business , m.o piuusmo 111 a 11 110 unci ng
to their friend, and the public in general, (hat their
new more House, located on Alain street. contral in
spylown, Columbia county, na. jusi ocen Biocaen
JVcio Spring Uootls,
Uonprislng on extensive assortment of Cloths, Cass!.
ntereB. Vesting. Muslins. Linea. and every other ar-
icle In tne weiring line, iiici'mihib iiuiuwuir.iniu i,
Surtheit and Hollow wans, firoferics, Sugars, Tis,
Coffee, Hire, Molasses etc. .etc, with all other art!-
cs oleomineren arapleti to rountry siores,
rri-Or.iiii. Liiinbcr. Provisions. Produce. AC. of all
kinds, taken in exchange fur lnerchandixe.
11, I 1V(.I.I1 .11.1.,
II O. CltEVELI.NO.
Espytown. April 4, 1?57.
, April in,
lexander George 3
Kecir It eh eec a
rown. J A. I). F.
Christy John II.
Gabb Henry r.
lllll Stephen 11.
Hunt 1 reuciicn
in-Person, colling for the above letter, will pleas.
say tney are ouveriieeu.
FIIILIP UNA N GST, V. hi.
Millvillo, Columbia Co., Pa.
jf all llie Enclili brandies usually tautrht. TI.h
rrlnclpnl will be aiiUtcd durlnc the present year b
a RVSTlMATiu eourep or instruriton it civen iu
T. M. TOlTa. an cipPrloncM tcactier, recently from
the Lancaster county No mm I chotl.
A vacation 01 peven Heexi win coihuh-ucj juij
TERMS, Tuitifln, for clay pupils. $1,50 to 51,40 per qu'Mcr.
TtninHncr. TuHinti. Wailnnff. l.islitg. tVc. S30 Der
tumter ot eleven weeks, one-lulf In advance
1 Or Circular. CillUIUUUCi Ul w.ui,i I'ltiimi.iia.miuicjBi
Millville, April 4. 1057. Principal
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Salt, Jk Salt,
NO. 38 SOUTH WIIAttVEa, FHILADELIMIIA.
A.itio,.'. finn T.lverooit crouiid Turk'a Isljnd and
Dairy Salt.constautly on liauu and ttir sale, in lots, to
sun in. ir.ue. rnnn
April 4, ieS7-3m
BEBT Klltllv, I imerick. Virginia Improved Trout,
tie.. 1'ike and Eel Hooka, Swivel, rtalmon Out
Trout Linea, Out and other rlnoodB. Artificial Bait,
Canton Orasa Lines. Irnun and 1'lailed ilk Lines,
and Irolllni Rods. Floats. Iliass IteeU, Minnow Nets,
Felnca. Bel Nets Partridge Xeta, Dulcimer and 1'iano
Wire, Violins and tsirlni;.. Olllini nnd Seine Twine.
Genuine II. rlem Oil, for gravel and infections o( the
i.m.a w ih oats ami iiuoks. ivaiaiue ni ex. irout.
brtasl and head, lot s.w ny
OEOltGE W. IICVnCRGER,
o. inNnrth Third street, w.st side, seeoud door be
tow Arch and n.it door loltie W.CiurUs Hotel,
April , lM7-3ro,
WALL PAPER 1 "WALL PAPER 1
wrt. I.... lust received. bv railroad. A anlendid aa
VV Lnrimwni of WALL PAPER. wHch WO 1 11 1. Ltd
to sell at Philadelphia prices froia H ceul. to Hi crula
uau ana see.
II. 0. k I. W. IIARTMAN.
April 4. 1M7.
TU8T received, a good assortment, for ealo cheap
April 4, 1817.
(J " April tie57.)
sail n.M rn.nuAiN.at
S. L. Pancoast &, Co.,
AN P DEALERS IN
FISH, PROVISIONS, SALT, d-c.,
No. 17 North WhatTe,. Dillanelrhla.
Oil. WINDOW BLINDS.
DAltK anil light nil Window Dllndt, luat ierelT.it
and Tor aale by
Apall 4.1837. IIAUTMAN.
COD F1BI1, Her ring. White Fili and Mackerel, far
April 4. 187. HAIXTMAN'S.
was loat from Hie ubicrlb:r, either
jSW "" c." urayed away, on lait Sunday,
the 13th Inat
i A nntiNn.
With black on lltl bock, four vellow knnei . n mi.1l
while epo. on ench ton nnd n cut over hi a left ey.
He had nth. Inarou nil hi a neck, with the Initial "M.
1857." Two dollar, wlllbe givon lor hia return to the
.uuicnuer in Uioomaoure.
- Ul! AMIES XV. HESSnitT,
nioomahure, SB. Ii57.
TrLF..e.Ti J.e,t.n f Hile school, will commence on
MONDAY, May lllh ne xi, and cont Inuc eleven
week. Fupileare reee Ired at any I line.
TERMS OF TUITION.
omnton English am. lies. 5
Ilieliar EnglialiStudieaand daisies, fi
n F. CAT ON, Principal.
Uloomaburg. March 23, IM7.
NEW WALL PAPER WAREHOUSE.
BURTON & LAN I NO,
MANUFACTURERS AND IMrOItTnnfl,
siren eirm, second door ebots fi.ut Street,
T7iiI),KL may bo lound tho largest and
It best Be ecled stork In Iho clly.
Country nierrhants may here bo accommodated,
with "it the liiconiwilenoe of looking tulther, mid
may be nasured that they will receive the advantage
01 ficir money.
, IIURTON ic LANINO,
TO DAUERREOTYPE ARTISTS.
WTANTED a purolusor for a DA-
T T tlUEItltCOTYrE BA LOON, located Inoneol
ttlO mOtttltirlShllt. Iuuiim In th. Alflt... with n nnnn.
l.lliOII Uf allOUt 30 III. Tllo l.nhllahn..nl Urm ln..ln
oneration about four years. ia wellsinplied with all
the materials necessary for AMURtlTYPINd, and
alto rds an pxeelletit opening for a cood operator.
For further iiarllculira, addreaa
March 'U, 1857 if. Lock Haven, l'a.
PACKET BOAT I
MruUUtf 0i and after MOVDAV, March 30,
fcsn5sffilai857. til e New Packet Itoat ANTE
LOPE, dpi, U. F.Wslls, will run between Pittaton
and Ituperla. follows: Leavo I'iltslnn every Monduy.
We nearly aod Friday nt 0 n'rf ock, A..M .and ar
rives a, Hip'irl early sime evening. Leaves Itupert
everyT.i.d.iy.Tnur"ii.iy mid Kitunlav. at 5 o'clock,
A M ., d'td arrives at Pulsion sa 1 e afternoon ubout
4 u'clock Phi P.iokel wilt alsniuakethresextrn trips
a week between Piltslon and tvilkeilinrre. leaving
PlttMiin on Tucstays, Tliursdays a nd rialunlays, at
til o'tlock. P M. LtMvas tVjlkesb'irr'. on viondays,
Wednea hys mid PriilaB at 7 o'clock, A M.
The aliovo iirrang.'ineht Is mi'te only for a tew days,
until such timu as the Ij.&itl It It cars can run to
Nanl'cnke to meet the Packet. Notice In due limp
will be iivpii to I he public of the chance, a. it tuny be
a daily nrMiigi'ineut between the Great llcuil and ltil
It F, WELL-3, Proprietor.
BOOT ANI SHOE MAKING.
THE undersigned, Ihatmliil for the liberal
pilrnnixo with Wikcii ho hns been lavored for
y.iars iioii by, would iiifoim his trie lids mid
c t stouter s. hat h? eonif nuc. tu maiiulaclure
Hoots and bhocs,
At hi. Old And W. Il.kliown M mid. On Math Street
lllotiinsbiirl!. In all their van tie. and fnllus.in good
sty le n nd on m- derate lerius.
M experience in tl,.. I. i.inu. and gene ral
knowledge of iln 1 foplc f Columbia rntinty. super.
" .'' " t-, .u...Uv..--,.
to uli h i ti onaioiiifTa . Klionit n'curu liim increased pa-
ironajfo utucii lie nones in iiif-ni.
JAUUU P DIIirnRICK,
lloomlturg. Mnuh 10 IM?
Lackanana & Cioombitrg K. II.
OfflrH Lnrk'fl & lllnc'inBliiircU. R. (.'. )
WvuMInq, lut, t'n Tit., Jui.. J.'i.lMT, i
INTEREST PAYABLE ON STOCK.
riMlH storkboliiersof Ihl. coninanv ore heribv noli.
Xflidlhal by lU'Solulion of the llnardof Itirectors,
lnierci.t on Htock romiuittil to the aiit of December,
IPS", it 1 1 1 be raid on implication ailhls uiuro in Ltrlijl
tatfl of StoiL.
lull uncK certiorates win oeissuru linen the tn
ter".t ainouiits to the sum of fifty dollars: and fori
smaller sums or any fracllonit amounts, l.'erlirl''.-tics wil
be is siieo. r, ili i uou.ii, nene r,
March ?ih, 1P57.
OMNIBUS LINE & LIVE IS Y STAHLK
N 8. MENTIS. a
IJiJSsJO NOW runs a new Omnibus 1-7-n
ibnl between lllooiosburir and the frrk.
vSf imii.n.j Ilepot, whicli ulll-'. I f 71
tnir. ,:n..pn7Fii from nnd to ativ of the residences o
the town, or the Aiu-rican IIouso anil rorK lintel;
nnd no will also furnish convoniiees to all travel! era
u m imv u s i i.t en into any Din oi me cuuniv.
He has also a Tirgo liverv stiblo connected with
the oninibitB line. from winch lie can nccommndate
tho liu.tic. Willi ciiivoyancoa lor travelling, pleasure
exoursiona or l.usi ness.
Dl.'oni'burjr. Aprli Si, 1835 ty
HUCCTR AM) SfiLTZKHS
WINE J- LIQUOR STORE
No, 232 North Third Street.
p ii i l a i i:l v nix.
A general assortment or Ilrondles Vlnes, Cordials,
, FIICITH. r.S.LTIIR.
October 7, 1854 S yra. p.
KIIIST AIlIlIVAIs OI"'
SPRING & SUMMER
WK hnvo now roccivinR our Spring
and Smnmcr Gundf. by RailroaJ at our new
Etand, on the cornor ol Main and Market streets, The
slock coinpructvo lull assortiuenlf
Dry Goods, Grtcerics Hardware Queen
ware, Cetlawarr, HoUoxv-ware, Jrugs,
fJh, Coal, l lastcr. Iron, Nails, Hoots, Khot, Hats.
Cap, fcc iter.
ALSO-UIIADY MAUC CLOTHING,
atidln fact every nameable article usually keptU n
Country produce taken In exchange for coods.
H. O. & I. W, IIAUTMAN"
SPUING AXI) SUfliniUlt CLdTUINd,
mitir i.n.iraitrned frateful for nasi nntroiiase r(
1 spectfutly mrornistilticustonicrs, and thepublic
nenerally, that tin Un juat rpcuived from the East
Fashionable Sjiring 4- Summer Clothing,
balhasyet been openedlnBloonisburg, in which he
that t hov ore offered for sale. at erf at bargains. Ilia
inLn the attentiouor iiisirienus, anu assures uiein
Block compnsesa large u.iu sc.v.. ...uiiumt .
Gentlemen's Wearing Apparels,
Consisting of FteMmmlle Drese ueele, ot every fl..
scriiitioii ; l ain., vests, phi s, wnims
Cotton Handkerchiefs. U loves. Uuspendera.&c, tc.
Gold Watches and Javcliy,
of every description fine and cheap
uber i.stsr(r'.Csa Einpsri.w
llAVin T (IWI'NUEKO
. . o , J'Vy L-nUnnv.
Call and sea .
Hloomsburg, Ma'dlSI, 1857
Spring & Summer,
ffj U lS1
AT MENSOH'S OlIUAP STORE.
''PHE tinilersignctl having removed Ms
I Btore.upiown, ul tho aland, lately occupied by II
C & 1. W. Hartmau where witli giealer iucreased
la'cihtiCB, he 1b enabled toolli-rtt fullassoitnient of
Spring and Summer Goods,
Which lie lias Just received from Ihe Eastern Cities,
eninnrislns Dry Uoods, (IrocerieB, Hard. ware, aueana
w. Cedar-warc Hollo ware. Drugs. riah.Sall i..
rtsitor, Iron, Nail' .Uoou, Shoes, Hale, Capa, etc. tc,
also-ready made clothing.
In.hort.eveiy thing mually kejit in country Btoroi,
to whicli he invitesthe public generally.
XC Csah.Lunbor, Old Iron aud Country Trodus.
takentnescuaugoior uuuue, .i...
BlooQishurg, March CI, IM7.
TllRTrecelvedbyR.il Road, .full Vupply
I altn.. 1 ...a IMrs. lie..
" ftn.fi, lim. II. kl.W.Hiltniin.
UllOADWAY GOLD PEN
Jijurv M:iCTUni.--a co,
NO. 335 BROADWAY, NEW YOIIK.
list of ncTAit. rniccat
""' ;. It 00 Oold Tooth Nek. ' 00
Tooth Atr.sr Vl.lm s m
Gold Ten anddbl, cx
Fountain Ten, Deak
3 00. ."rcnril, W.tchKei.J na
f-adiesOolarenellB, 9 oo
3o a oo
4 no! , . 4 oo
5 00 .. W ren 4
3 1)0! Pen. t. o oa
s oo, ,s i'j
S UU. flolhle ' n on
l.tvijllmn nnd lini
r,, 1. . .... . mi i. ........ . . D w
" llngrosslnj UU.t leal Uiolovricl.il mi
" Mnmuioulh SUOces,
I'nCMIUMS rilESENTED TO rullCIMSERS.
To every crson buying a gold pen of u. wc preset),
a nunibered cettlllenie, and each oriheaa cortlfleatel
cnlitls. tho holder ol It, by the extra payment of so
cnita.to an article bfJerrclry.ln value Irom SI to sf 10
ThlaJ.wclry conslls of Gold and silver Watchess.
great vtl-ty. Bilver Oebleis, fllver Fruit llaakel.
Hold Ruard Chains Tor ladles, Lockets Btacrleta, Uen,
Cold l'oband Veal chains, Thimbles. Dreaslpins, Bract.
Ida, Ear IJtons, Studs, Kings, Crosses, &e , lion. .
which will selllorlcsa than SI. I'Oll EVERY r)Oo
i:AI...l,K,U,,.''1'"1; '"AltTV 18 ENTITLE DTOL.
?.V.M,ir:Ri:". UTIFIUAT11. AND UY HIE PA A
M EN T OFVJcts. EXTKA ON EACH UEHTIKICATK
II E IS ENTITLED 'I O ItEUEIVE Wll ATEVWt THE
NUMDEllOr HIE CEHTIKFIOM1 E DESIONATEB.
wo havo been In operation for threo yenrB and thou
thands have bought of us and we have never learn. 4
evatanyone was everdlasatlsficd. 'I nisi plan afford
aiteryoportil nlly of obtaining a gold watch or aom
l enicle lewclrv. for a irinit.n ...m. in .... ...n.
lencllcies, &e aro genuine articles inanuiaelur.i
illscoursecswlth great car, and wo offer them pr.
i ely at prtcesasked In nil olbrr stores in Hie rl.
To a gluts we make advsntageous offers,. nd any ener
gillc person can do well by working for us. We wis.
ngcnls in everyplace in iho country. and persons who
would like to bccomcBurh will please nildress us.anl
w o will send them printed circulars of prices, terms
&e. Wo have no stated periods for distribution.-.
The moment n pen is puirhased. the purcliaier ia .nu
lled to receive Ma premium on Iho pay mentor 33 conn
All ordershy mall shnntdbo addressed
MEltlllCK, DENTON U DEAN.
3J3 Droadnay New York.
N.ll nol.l ...III. rrnnlnlnd In n
Enclose the pen nnd ;p,i crnis In 1- o. stamps, and Ibo
pen will bo renol nled anil returned post paid.
The miOAlnVAY 001,1) i'l'N MANUI'AUTUniNO
CO, is well known throughout tho country, but as
tbrrcaro undoubtedly Borne who nre not nciiinintef
.v.ui us .ytjuipi.iiu iuu luuowing wen Known nrm a
FEI.LOWB CO.. No 17 Maiden Lane, New York,
HltJKS &. MITCHELL, No. ffl) do do
DENTON it URDU Cor llrnadwnv t Courtland it.
New York.nndChesluui street, I'lill.-uMphia.
J.ll STURY tc t.'il.. No S tlil.ey tluildliv N. T.
OOUI.D k WOOD No. 0 Maiden Lanol J.
February?, IM7. 3m.
Tim undersigned respectfully invites tho ttttPntleD
of the I'ubllc to his e&tenilve QHorltnent of Cabin i
Fitrnitiireaiid Chairs which ho will warrant Inbomadtt
of poo. i tniicrliil nml in a worttnmnhkn mntiticr. At
his Kitnbtislinifiit. enn always be round b cood anon
"" i i ! 'Miii nt) ic nnu ti nil ii iDinnioi roil
ndclphiaur New York elites, an.utus low prlcef.
of diiTprent slylrs and prlcij, fr
$1H to SOU, Divan;, Louitga ; W
mil nml .Matt ouy.
rnrlor chairs, Itockinj and easy
chalrn, Plana loots, nnd a variety nf upholstered woik
wii'i Jrlllf: unn parinriiurenus, som, cnrii teiitre and
pier i.itl., (lelunlitibt, rlieflen itrif wli.nl not and romo
i and all khiiM ul Inrlilonablo work. Hi stork of
hurt'iin, I'licloFcd and common wash rtanrln, flrcn
lAlils.rornrr cupboitrdu. vofns briakfnet to Mm, bed
uteadfl. rani' m at nnd fontniOM elinlr. Ik a u rimm i.
thl s.Klinn of Hip rountry, Ua will also keep r pood
AMorimoiit uflooking u la si en with lancy fillt nnd cots
niou ifcincij uu aao inrniMi spring mntresbi'it
flllfd to any tii'iorhfadftcad. which are superior ftr
dtiraqiliiy and rntnfurt toany bed In ukr.
K1.MU u. BIIIYC.
nioomburir April Ptli, IS54,
rrMIE iinilcrsincd taVf plcnsure ol in
X forrnirifr the citloni ( Centre and vlrlolty, tlmi
lie lias juit received a largo and stlcrt Qs.oitmcn t
SritlNU U HUMMliR GOODS,
Conipr Is) npthP liea virtu utotkund most varlrdansnri.
nit?nt nl lasliMiiMMe. riefi I and miiittantfal Me rt: .
fllze that hnvclnT nniTprci mi'Tiihlir "Ax:?.
trr,i-sOuniryiirodiirrtnLrriir.e2Cliarpf fur Rnnds,
Inc I inline (Jriiln and Lumber and the i-ublic custom
Fowlersvil'c. March 'J. 1PJ7.
If. O. & I. W. II ART MAN.
HVH rfuiov.'.l their stock nf flondi tn ttn stnnd
un iIip (Jurni-r il Maui and Mukti ritrels tulnw
McKf-lvy.Neal 4V co , tatt Jy iic-npied by A U M'Mijfh,
wli re. with pr ally itcn ui'Ml f..riliiim, ituy nte cna
blfii it oil it n lull ftKmniniLnt of Dry Gnudir, flroce ries
llardunii1. CMLCiteon tVrMat low priren,
XQ" Country 1'ruducu lukcn at the highest inarkd
L'onl atwo n on Im'idand for snlc. rifh.Sa't 'x tcr
nd 1 on at low prices
Tt-iinkftil fur pJl luvors Ihey licpe fur a continuaiice
II. O. & I. W, 1IAKT.MAN.
I) loo mi burc. March 1, 1E7.
NEW OARKAIGB SHOP.
(Ac whitt luildiitgtQn JIMUYSTJIEET. marly tfj$$it
TIIII miliirrlbor would retjpt'ctfully announce lo xt
public, th.it lie liaPCOininrMiced the
WAG O.N MAKING UU-W"
in all iis branrhes. lie Is prepared tneirci.lc all rrderi
and ha on hand ai recent an as sort iuent of finii htd work
which purcbascrit willQndit to their advantage to exa
Will be done In the most prompt and careful manner
and upon terms which ran not tail to irive sat 1 (faction.
HntAWintiiMii; a. wilhon.
Itlonnuburg, April iM, 1855.
VMBIELLA jf.VW PjilUlsQL MANUFA CTUJlEt,
ho a. Nonrit roL'Riii btrcet,
(Worth JVett corner J Marhtt ttrett.)
HAS now on hand an exteiifiv assortment
ol tilt- neweit iiti'l m-iU di's ini'ile ktuds. in
cluding many M'.W tiTVLUS not lieri-ldfor
to he had in Una mnrkit. An cxaminatiou
ot nur neck ia solicited bifore purchaking tlkew lure.
FALL CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS
At Wholesale and lUtail..
EO. UULl'IN fi CO.. Importers
and Manulnctersof CLOnKB AND MANTILLA
o. 171 l.'be. tout Street, (a lew doors above 7th, sunt
side,) PHILADELPHIA. (In conn. ttinu with UEt
II1ILPIN.3Q1 ltroadwH),N V. The largest Alanut
lurnr of those goods in the Un lied Btntes.)
lleg to cnll tho attention of wholesale and retail bitye
tothcir large and vaiieil stocks ol CLOAKrJ, TALMAS
etc., Ate. .for the FallTrode. Their collertioiHoiiipris
aromplete assortment of all the latest Parisian Noveilla
In Velvet, Moire Antique, Cloth, Plain rtilk, Ate., whilo
the fact lilies' n (forded b)lheir connection with the largest
Manufacturing House, (of these goods )in New York,
enable them lo gua ran leu better vatua Hutu is obtainable
elaewhereiiiiuisliiarkei. u!,u.nui.riit fe-v."..
VTTIln HAfl nr.EN CURED OP GREAT NERVOUS
W Dibihty. afior inanyyeiire imlsery. desires to
mukeknoiMi toall fellow.sutferers
ho suro msans of
Aildress.enctosine .tunill I o 0:
iay return postage
Mrs MARY U. DEWI'11. Iloston Mass,, and tho tu
scriptionwill be s.nt, fro., by neit post,
February 7, lB37,-3m.
, """" '""""
lfOMC halfdolen COVER
O RANTS are wanted anv II
LAND WARRAs'iS WANTED.
RNMHNT LAND WAR
time bflw een ihis and th s
office, or npp.y to Win. Neat,
nrllie .nliBeril.er.in llonile ck tOW HS I II
March 14, lrS7-lin.
LEAP TU1JACCO & C IGARS,
BMWBMW $3 Mb
ai. South Front Street,
.PAIIKER & LAIl Proprlelors.
Chcsnut St., between Third and Fourth,
COAL I GOAL 1 1
edht rf :ses.
r P.FULLEIllt Co., would jespecfully Inform Ih
XJ peoi.ie ui tiiisiun u nw ip..u.iw ... "y' .
Iheyliiiv. opanea.Cjal Yard, uf amnio aiiuenslona
ol uumitw piard at iheir offlce, corncrofMalnatid lt.il
diar-ii to nil all ord.rsfor eoal for domesllf lJ